Classic Flutophone, the Easiest Wind Instrument to Play
This Christmas, introduce your aspiring young musicians to the wonderful world of music by adding this classic Flutophone to their stockings. Used by music teachers in classrooms all over the country because it’s so easy to learn. Introduced in 1945, and still made in the USA. Mouthpiece detaches for easy cleaning. Instructions included. Made of durable plastic. 11" long. Ages 5 and up.
Made of durable plastic
Mouthpiece detaches for cleaning
For ages 5 and up
Before you know it, your little musicains will be entertaining the entire family with this easy-to-play Flutophone.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD--Small parts Not for children under 3 yrs.
Purchased it to get the grandkids involved with music.
May 16, 2014
I am happy to find these. I ordered for our whole family. I played these back in grade school ( a long time ago!) I AM very sorry these did not come with instructions! Are there any available?
February 24, 2014
brings back old memories
I remember having to take this in school many many years ago. I didn't think they made them as the ones now are just simple black things so purchased one for me and one for one of my grandkids. My dog doesn't like it, as he sure sings with it. Fond memories for sure....and for the future too when she opens it up and plays it for the first time.....
December 13, 2013
Growing up my sister had a Flutophone that almost drove us crazy until she learned to play songs. We had lots of laughs and fun with this little gem. When I found it at the Vermont Country Store I just had to get it for my sister who is now 71 years young. She can still play the Christmas songs she learned as a child.
This is a fun gift for anyone learning to play simple tunes. Thank you Vermont for bringing back great childhood memories.
December 3, 2013
What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Classic Flutophone …
"As a fourth grader, I had music time one day a week with my Flutophone. I am 71 years old now, and I still remember enjoying playing the Flutophone!" - Linda Hawkins, Taylorsville, KY